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  • "Travel, the athletes who do the races are truly amazing, the people you work day to day with are mostly great people.(in 11 reviews)
  • "Awesome Coworkers(in 4 reviews)
  • "Benefits were average.(in 4 reviews)
  • "Fun work environment and clear upward mobility(in 3 reviews)
  • "The Finance team is great but there’s a few bad apples that spoil the whole culture.(in 3 reviews)

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    1. 1.0
      Oct 29, 2018
      Anonymous Employee
      Former Employee
      CEO Approval
      Business Outlook


      -Amazing athletes -Hardworking co-workers -It was a paycheck


      -Unrealistic work/life balance (you'll be working 65+ hrs/week on avg.) -Below average salaries for degreed professionals. -Completely disorganized. -C Level management is lazy; provides no guidance when asked. -C Level management does not know what’s going on in the company. -C Level/senior management afraid to make decisions. Blames lower level staff when issues arise. -Buys races / other companies with no integration plans - resulting in further chaos. -Refuses to implement relevant technology. -Zero focus on employee morale / well-being. -Several employees have suffered panic attacks / stress conditions from being overworked. -Hires only young, inexperienced staff. -Sells-out for sponsorship dollars (HR was strong-armed and actually changed healthcare providers that drastically increased employee benefit costs in exchange for sponsorship revenues). -Does not execute sponsorship benefits to sponsors effectively - resulting in short-lived sponsorships, high turnover, and overall angry sponsors. -No career development or upward path. -So-called 'mentor' programs offered by some C-Levels only offered to selective staff (disgustingly nepotistic). -If you don't work in the events or merch departments, you won't have the opportunity to travel to any events (unless you know/report to the right people). -Tenured employees gossip, acknowledge and contribute to toxic environment. -Zero communication between departments / no collaboration. -No inter-office events or activities for employees. -New office is located at a very dangerous intersection, near the Buc's stadium. Traffic is horrible on game days, and supervisors will not let you leave before traffic buildup. -Office is located in an unsavory area of town (have actually seen homeless people squatting in the parking garage). -The company has it's own merch department (which is amazing), but CFO will not even provide 'Staff' shirts for office employees. -Management does not tolerate critique (again, non-collaborative). If you have differing opinions/management styles - prepare to get put in the 'dog house' or be fired. -Industry or trade knowledge/credentials are belittled if you're not senior management . -If you don't have kids/family - don't expect to receive the same opportunities (e.g. work from home, leave early, come in late, etc.) as those employees with kids/families. -HR department is a joke (not that they don’t work hard, but 3 people for a global company?) -Everyone is afraid they can and will be fired at any moment.

      1. 4.0
        Nov 20, 2020
        Former Employee
        CEO Approval
        Business Outlook


        Travel perks can take you all over the globe. Expand network, view and make life changing experiences a reality.


        Work life balance - change is regular - basic job stresses.

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